Boyd-Anderson not rushing things

Jacksonville, Texas running back Carmen Boyd-Anderson had been favoring one team early on in the process but was waiting on their offer. Now that it has come, the talented East Texan in still not ready to decide with other teams also high on his list.
Nebraska was the most recent offer for the 6-foot-1, 200-pounder, who had also been offered by Kansas State and Missouri. Though the Huskers lead, Boyd-Anderson says he's got a ways to go before deciding.
"They're still the favorite, but I like Kansas State and Missouri a lot too," Boyd-Anderson said. "My second is Kansas State. They use a running back of my size a lot in the sweeps and stuff. Their offense is like the one we run here."

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Anderson's summer will surround not only 7-on-7 tournaments, but also some camp stops along the way.
"I'm supposed to be going to some camps at Kilgore," Boyd-Anderson said. "There is an Oklahoma State camp there and another one. TCU and Texas A&M are other ones I'm trying to get too. If I get out-of-state, I'd like to head up to Missouri and check them out."
The spring game for Jacksonville was the past week and the talented runner put together two touchdowns.
"I didn't get a ton of carries because they didn't want to get me banged up," he said. "I did alright though. It was just kind of limited action for us."
Boyd-Anderson says he'd like to make his decision at the beginning of the football season.
"I just want to make sure I have the right school in my mind first," he said. "Then I'll be ready to decide."